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doesn't like to confront people. we know that -- chris: he doesn't like to fight with hillary clinton. >> he doesn't like to. he's really worried about appearing angry in public and that really isn't his natural demeanor but that was unilateral disarmament and was stunning. when mitt romney gives you an opening to talk about romney's accountant and doesn't say you have a terrific accountant. chris: s.e. cupp, your view, was it a reset for the challenger? >> they certainly think it was. i talked to some romney advisors and they see the reset in three parts. they think for supporters who really wanted to see a fight, they wanted to see this knockout, dragout fight, they got that. for undecideds who they call the tough customers, they think that this debate does what the ads have not been able to do which is spark their attention. for the soft obama voters of 2008, they think maybe this group is in play again. they think this is a hat trick moving forward. chris: let me ask you, we have a big jobs number, it was below eight and was promised three years ago and is below eight, 7.8. is it
, their belief in this, has been since sort of the bill clinton explanation of digging out of this hole, has been that ultimately that last sliver of swing voters is going to say, ok, let's not change horses mid stream. they are making a classic incumbent case of saying, it's not great, but, hey, do you want to start over? and i go back. i remember watching a couple of focus groups. there was one out in nevada with some working women. and one woman said, i'm not happy with obama. i'm not happy with the economy. but, god, i don't want to have to start over. there's this perception. so that to me is a tricky thing for romney. romney has got to sort of make this case that, hey, we're not going to rip everything out by the roots, right, which is of course what some in his base do want to have happen. but i'm going to create a better recovery, a faster recovery. so i think that that's what this 8% means, right? it means he's got to be more nuanced in that argument where the president can simply sit there and make that same case. do you really want to start over? >> and another point too, which is that
will attend a small fundraiser with former president bill clinton and then he will attend a production at the theater tonight. vice president joe biden is getting ready for thursday night, and it is somewhat in damage control mode. lester? >> we want to turn now to our political director and chief white house correspondent chuck todd. chuck, the debate, the positive numbers we noted potential game changers for both candidates last week, how do you expect they'll try to build off this week? >> they're trying to go on the air using the debate in tv advertisements to try to sort of blunt some of the debate momentum that romney got. but i also know that behind the scenes, there is a little bit of the confronting of the president to say you need to watch the debate, and they've passed along a statistic, i'm told at least tonight, to let them know the president spoke for more time on the air but used less words and trying to emphasize to him that he's got to get better at making his point. as for mitt romney, he big campaign speech tomorrow. they're trying to show some closure in some of the
about his lackluster performance. >> it is fair to say i was too polite. >> reporter: bill clinton mocked romney in las vegas monday. >> i had a different reaction to the first debate than a lot of people did. i mean, i thought wow. here is old moderate mitt. where you been, boy? i don't have that tax plan i had for the last two years. you going to believe me or your lying eyes here now, come on. >> reporter: but 69-year-old joe biden, and paul ryan, younger, with no experience in such a debate, recalling differences in the matchup. they recalled sarah palin in the 2008 prep. >> instead of it being risky that joe biden is more seasoned and paul ryan is younger, they both have strengths that they bring to this conversation. >> reporter: and paul ryan arrived in kentucky late this evening, brian, greeted by his wife and mother and an enthusiastic crowd. his opponent, vp biden, will arrive there after resting up in his own bed in delaware. >>> and peter alexander starting us off today, our political director and chief white house correspondent, chuck todd is with us from the site of t
and over point folks to the state department. and hillary clinton didn't exactly get into the back and forth but did admit there were questions on both sides, take a listen. >> it is certainly not the case that the assignment of security personnel at diplomatic facilities is made here at the white house. nor should it be. the decision is made about requests for security personnel, and security matters, they're made at the state department. >> to this day, to this day, we do not have a complete picture. we do not have all of the answers. no one in this administration has ever claimed otherwise. >> reporter: you know, brian, senior officials do admit to me they wish they had a clean explanation, they don't. intelligence officials are still uncovering evidence that leads them to believe that the attack in benghazi was somewhat spontaneous, meaning it was never planned in advance, but was opportunityistic, meanwhile, nobody is satisfied with the intelligence gathering that they got. >> chuck todd, for us on the lawn, as ron mott mentioned in his reporting there has been so much talk ab
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clinton. >> not our current president, the past one. >> number two, usain bolt, the famous sprinter at the olympics. kind of swept things. >> great guy. how does that influence anybody? are you a different human being because he won the -- i want to know how someone has been influenced by him, inspired? inspired? >> inspired by him to be a track runner like usain bolt is. >> okay. >> number one is not even a real person. fictional. >> you left out number two who is fictional. >> usain bolt. number one is james bond. >> who was the other one? >> christian gray was up there. >> he's 13. >> number one is the fictional james bond. >> the one i call 007. >> okay. we need your help, people. don't we? well, you need them to help you. we are going to show you somebody that wants to help hodi. i think we have that. >> i took a picture with george clooney. it only happens once in a lifetime. look how it turns out. it was dark. my mom goes, who's in the middle? that's george clooney and you don't know. that's after the picture has been worked on and lightened. when it was posted -- >> don't yo
clinton budget director. >> he disavows it. >> this idea came from the clinton commission to save medicare chaired by senator john row. if we don't fix this problem pretty soon, current seniors get cut. 10,000 people are retiring every single day today and they will for 20 years. >> martha, if we just did one thing. if they just allow medicare to bargain for the cost of drugs like medicaid can, that would save $156 billion right off the bat. >> and it would deny seniors choices. >> seniors are not denied choices. they are not denied -- look, folks, all you seniors out there, have you been denied choices? have you lost medicare advantage? >> vice president biden, let me ask you, if it could help solve the problem, why not very slowly raise the medicare eligibility age by two years, as congressman ryan suggests? >> look, i was there when we did that with social security in 1983. i was one of eight people sitting in the room that included tip o'neill negotiating with president reagan. we all got together and everybody said as long as everybody is in the deal, everybody is in the deal and ever
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